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Statoil delivered a significantly improved result for Q1

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The first quarter of the year brought improvements at Statoil, which saw its top as well as bottom line grow big-time.


BY VIKTOR BRANDT KÆRGAARD, ENERGYWATCH
Published 04.05.17 at 08:19

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